Superfood are very pleased to announce details of their debut album, and a full UK headline tour to coincide. The Birmingham band release Don’t Say That on 3rd November through Infectious Music. To celebrate the quartet will headline the NME New Breed Tour this autumn, supported by Honeyblood. The nine dates kick off on 31st October at The Oobleck in the heart of Birmingham’s Custard Factory.

Following previous supports with the likes of Peace, slots at Glastonbury and and their own sell out headline show at The Rainbow, we recommend picking up your tickets asap!

Pre-order the album here, and instantly receive a free download of ‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’ and ‘Right On Satellite’.

Superfood Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Right On Satellite’ below:

Plus support from HONEYBLOOD

Following the release of their self-titled debut album and support dates with Real EstateCourtney Barnett and Angel Olsen, Honeyblood are back in Birmingham, this time with new drummer Cat Myers.

Despite their fledgling status and minimal setup, Honeyblood’s songs resonate with deep melodic hooks and the uncomplicated charm that’ve drawn comparisons to the likes of The Dum Dum Girls, as well as the strident delivery of Jenny Lewis. The band also cite the darker currents of The Breeders, PJ Harvey and Throwing Muses as lifelong influences.

Honeyblood Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Super Rat’ below:


Plus opening support from DUMB

As 2013 got under way four childhood friends were given a wake-up call by the spotlight on the music scene in their native Birmingham and decided to build on their formative years of gigging and songwriting and take their music seriously to form Dumb. For their first ever gig the band went straight to the prestigious stage of London’s KOKO and the legendary Club NME night before returning home to headline Birmingham’s O2 Academy.

Influenced by Pixies and cult American indie rock heroes Built To Spill, the quartet create a bold and brash combination of self-assured swagger, slick melodies and Dylan’s rasping vocals, which has frequently caught the attention of the likes of NME and BBC Radio 1.

Dumb Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to the ‘Chew Me Up, Spit Me Out’ EP below: